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No such term as "your 86th".

If something is "86ed", like on a restaurant menu, it means it is no longer available.

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Or it could mean your 86th birthday.

"You're 86ed" means you are being thrown out or refused service.  One source from 1933 says it was soda fountain shorthand for "we're all out".

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